Cleanliness Started In Kerala After Floods
After facing the tragedy of fierce rain and severe floods, the Kerala government has now gathered in the difficult and extravagant work of cleanliness of all the places where flood water has descended. The tragedy of the state located at the southernmost tip of the country has killed 231 people and caused massive damage.
Official sources said on Thursday that the state government had set up a control room in the wake of the flood water disinfection, cleaning the debris deposited at houses, public places and elsewhere. Its aim is to monitor the cleaning process throughout the state. The responsibility of cleaning has been entrusted to local bodies.
Harit Kerala Mission, which works in the field of waste management, organic farming, and water resources management, will also assist in this cleaning process. The mission will set 50 pump sets in different areas of the state tomorrow. Officials said that apart from the employees deployed from the state, 50,000 self-helpers will also help clean up the waste of deposits in houses and public places. After the water has reduced, people have started returning to their homes, but still 13.43 lakh people are living in 3,520 relief camps. Chief Minister Pinarai Vijayan will visit various relief camps in the state today, continuously conducting review meetings during the disaster.